During this summer camp, 4th-6th graders will learn about the amazing water resources we have right here in New Braunfels and the Texas Hill Country.
Young scientists will participate in lessons focusing on topics including: watersheds, groundwater, succession, geography, the water cycle, weathering, erosion, and deposition. Hands-on activities will include: water testing, macroinvertebrate & microorganism sampling, watershed and aquifer modeling, seed balls, art, and much more. At the end of the week, students will be inspired to enjoy and protect our precious Springs for themselves, their friends and family, and future generations.
This program will run daily at Headwaters at the Comal in our Outdoor Pavilion.
Learn more and register at: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/headwaters/512355
Headwaters at the Comal is a Texan by Nature Conservation Partner. Serving as the site of the first municipal waterworks for the city of New Braunfels from the 1930’s until 2004, Headwaters at the Comal is a 16-acre tract of land near downtown New Braunfels. As a historically and environmentally important site, New Braunfels Utilities seeks to restore the sensitive springs riparian habitat, honor the cultural and environmental history of the site and encourage future stewardship of the environment, water, and community.
Metro Area: San Antonio, New Braunfels